In episode seven of season two, Balsillie School of International Affairs' Postdoctoral Fellow James Manicom discusses the complex network of alliances, rivalries and regional governance structures at play in East Asian politics today. Resource competition in the South China Sea, Sino-Taiwanese tension, increasing economic dynamism and the role of the American diplomacy are all combining to produce one the world's most intensely-governed regions, Manicom says, which will continue to challenge the international community for years and decades to come.
Series: Inside the Issues, Season Two
Now in its second season, the Inside the Issues weekly podcast series will run from October 2011 to April 2012, covering timely and candid discussions on issues related to the core areas of CIGI expertise: Global Economy, Global Security & Politics, and International Law. Join host and CIGI Chair David Welch as he goes in depth with leading experts on the most pressing global governance challenges facing the international community today.
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